Tuesday, October 25, 2016
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A Great Design With a Great New Look To It

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A Beautiful Grey Background With a Cascading Orange Kanda
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Guru Nanak with a Garden Background
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Blue Metallic Khandas
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Ek Ong Kar Blurred in a Green Light
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A Poem in Indonesian with Khandas Shinning in the Light.
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Glowing Khanda Edges
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Guru Nanak Ji with a Canyon Background
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The Golden Temple in its Shinning Glory
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A Beutiful Picture of The Golden Temple During the Evening Hours
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Glowing Golden Temple
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Green Crystalized Khanda
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Guru Gobind Singhji and His Anandpur
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Harmony in Blue
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Khandas swirling through the Sky
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A Golden Khanda in the Sky
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Fiery Khanda Sunset
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Lava Rock Khanda
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Raj Karega Khalsa and Khanda
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The Ten Gurus Surounding The Hari Mandir Sahib
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Marble Ek Ong Kar on a nice back ground
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The Khanda burns and the water cools
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A beautiful and smooth Ek Ong Kar
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Guru Gobind Singh with Anandpur Sahib Background
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Silver Khanda and Fateh
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Children praying with written Mul Mantra
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Different possessions and articles of Guru Hargobind Singh Ji
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The Fire Still Burns!
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The world in full color with a Khanda in the center
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An Ek Ong Kar with Khandas all around it
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A nice Kanda design with nice incorporation of text
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Guru Gobind Singh on his horse
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A Sikh Collage using text and pictures in blue
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A Sikh Collage using text and pictures in brown
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A Colorful Sikh collage using text and pictures
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A nice colored 3D Ek Ong Kar
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A lighted blue Kanda on a black background
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A eclipse looking Ek Ong Kar
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A great Baisakhi compilation of pictures and colors.
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A colorful artistic Khanda
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A nice Ek Ong Kar floating in space.
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Intertwined Ek Ong Kar and Khanda
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A beautifully done compilation of all of sikh Gurus
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A beautiful bright painting of Harmandir Sahib!
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A Kanda with a nice purple and yellow background.
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A Kanda floating in the clouds.
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A Yellow Kanda with light shining from below.
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A bright shining kanda with a orangish background. Very soothing colors.
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An orange kanda with a slight blur. Very etheric look.
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The Golden Temple on a Cloudy Afternoon.
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The Golden Temple in the early morning (Amrit Vela) with a light shining down making the temple glow bright.
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People taking dips in the Harmandir Sahib as the sun sets behind the Golden Temple.
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Golden Temple Collage with Clouds and Sun setting in the back.
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The Golden temple with the dook bhanjan treen coming down from the top.
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A silhouette of the top of the Golden Temple and bird flying bye.
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The Golden Temple and Guru Ramdas
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The Golden Temple in the morning overlaid on sunset clouds.
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Guru Gobind Singh Asking for a head on Baisakhi.
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Sarbloh Khanda on a Dark Blue Sky pattern
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Marble Ik Onkar on green Vaaheguru pattern
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Gold Khanda on a Blue Khanda pattern
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Glowing Ik Onkar and Vaaheguru
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The Sikhee Spirit Burns On - Flaming Khanda Emerging from the Dark with the Spirits of some of our Shaheeds Surrounding it.
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The Golden Temple.
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Goindwal Sahib, the first great center of Sikhism.
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3D Waheguru with Kandas on each side.
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